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In-Road Vehicle Charging: The Future Is Almost Here
Let’s talk about some alarming facts. Transportation is the leading cause of emissions in the U.S. In fact, cars and trucks account for nearly one-fifth of all of our emissions.
Rekor Celebrates Black History
As Black History Month draws to a close, we at Rekor want to take the time to speak on the importance of this month’s past, present, and future. At Rekor, our organization is driven by diverse individuals embracing different opinions and ideas.
Roadside Deaths: Shouldering the Blame for Dangerous Shoulders
About 610 pedestrians lose their lives each year while on the shoulder of the highway or interstate. Whatever the reason for how they end up on the side of the roadway, they are at an increased danger of a catastrophic incident.
Designing Pedestrian Safety
Transforming our cities and roadways to become more people-friendly will not be a simple task that can be accomplished overnight - though some places have recently made strides.
Harmonize Speeds, Save Lives
Our world is becoming faster and more efficient than ever, and so are our vehicles. New cars on the market today offer significantly better performance while maintaining greater efficiency than just ten years ago.
A Look Into the Future of Smart Cities
An article published some years ago in a European scholarly journal provides a glimpse into the future. Smart cities of the future will of course use information and computer technologies (ICT) and merge them with traditional infrastructures.
Making a real world impact
Learn how the Nevada Highway Patrol is proactively managing traffic
Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) selected Rekor's Roadway Monitoring & Response (RMR) platform because it is fully cloud-based, features live maps, and is accessible to NHP users through their mobile digital computers, tablets, and desktops.
Learn how Ayalon Highways is making transportation safer in Israel
Rekor’s Roadway Monitoring & Response solution has been deployed in Ayalon Highways’ traffic management center. The platform connects several data feeds and automatically sends simultaneous alerts to the traffic control center and FSP staff.
Learn how the Mt. Juliet Police Department improves community safety
Before selecting Rekor, MJPD and IT professionals conducted rigorous testing and an extensive review of Rekor's ALPR and other leading license plate recognition systems. After testing was completed, Rekor clearly outperformed competitors.
Learn why Bowling Green Police Department selected Rekor over the competition
While completing a demo with a different LPR company, Bowling Green PD found flaws. After exhaustive research into numerous other LPR solutions, they discovered Rekor, booked a demo, and saw them surpass the competition.